No-till Farming Holds the Key to Food Security

Inter Press Service: No-till farming is a response to climate change that fits well with the needs of the Caribbean: it increases the ability to capture water, while withstanding both drought and excessive rains, says expert Theodor Friedrich, representative of the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in Cuba. The Caribbean islands are in dire need of new techniques that can ensure food security amid the threats of climate change. "I do not see why these islands cannot produce enough for their......

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